Eille Norwood appears in this 1921 Episode of the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series. Special contents of this edition copyright 2010 Shane I Sullivan. Permission to use these items is granted under creative commons licence. Topics: Feature Films, Silent films, Sherlock Holmes, Maurice Elvey, Eille Norwood
Episode of the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series starring Eille Norwood. Special contents of this edition copyright 2010 Shane I Sullivan. Permission to use these items is granted under creative commons licence. Topics: Feature Films, Silent films, Sherlock Holmes, Maurice Elvey, Eille Norwood
Eille Norwood appears as Sherlock Holmes in this episode from the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Series (1921) Special contents of this edition copyright 2010 Shane I Sullivan. Permission to use these items is granted under creative commons licence. Topics: Feature Films, Silent films, Sherlock Holmes, Maurice Elvey, Eille Norwood
Paulette Goddard and Pedro Armendariz star in this story about a revolutionary who takes over a small Mexican town. The townspeople begin to argue about whether to resist him or join him. This is a Spanish print of a US/Mexican Co-production. The dialogue is in English the titles and subtitles are in Spanish. Topics: Feature Films, Paulette Goddard, Pedro Armendariz, Spanish Subtitles, Mexico
Tony Blair (Richard Tucker), a broadway producer, is murdered on a ship bound for California. Claire Norville (Aileen Pringle) is accused of the murder, but when another murder accurs, Claire is cleared in a twist that explains both murders. An early talky mystery directed by prolific B-director Christy Cabanne. Originally released in November 1931 ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Feature Films, B Pictures, Christy Cabanne, Aileen Pringle, Supreme Pictures
Lon Chaney plays Blizzard, a deranged psychopath scarred by the childhood operation where a young doctor mistakingly amputated both of his legs. Hellbent on revenge Blizzard becomes a master criminal. This is one of Lon Chaney's most famous non-horror roles. This is copied from video mastered off a well worn home movie print. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Feature Films, Silent films, Lon Chaney, Wallace Worsley, Gouverneur Morris
Edward (Jack Ging) has a slightly nutty sister, Amanda (Edith Atwater). He employs a nurse, Esther (Antoinette Bower), to look after Amanda. Weirdness ensues. This film was made in 1972 and not released until 1978. The film was released without a copyright notice and never registered for copyright. Because of this, it is in the public domain. This file was mastered from a good quality video tape master. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Feature Films, B Pictures, Antoinette Bower, Edith Atwater, Jack Ging
Featurette featuring a short conversation between Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor and footage from the Royal Gall opening for the film. Topics: Feature Films, Featurettes, Film Marketing, Royal Gala Performance, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard...
Featurette for the 1972 Hammer Films production "Dracula AD 1972". Features behind the scenes footage and an interview with Christopher Lee Topics: Feature Films, Featurettes, Film Marketing, Hammer Films, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Dracula
Australia's first musical comedy featuring vaudevillian comic George Wallace the most popular Australian comedian or the era. The video and audio recordings contained in this film entered the Australian public domain in 1983. This film was ineligible for GATT/URAA restoration and remains in the US public domain. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Feature Films, George Wallace, Australian Cinema, Efftee Films, Frank Thring, Vaudville, Comedy,...
1921 Silent film starring and produced by Hobart Bosworth. This film was directed by Rowland V Lee and tells the story of a bitter sea captain angry with the world because his wife left him. The film also stars Emory Johnson and Bessie Love. Copied from 8mm so it is very grainy and murky. Here on the Internet Archive you can also see Hobart Bosworth, an all but forgotten cinema pioneer, as The Scarecrow in "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and as Mr Harrington in the uncut version of... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Feature Films, Silent Films, Hobart Bosworth, Sea Captain, Bessie Love, Rowland V Lee
Australian Silent film based on the Fatty Finn comic strips. This was the last silent film made in Australia. It was shot in the Sydney streets in 1927. The suburb where it is set is Wooloomoloo, which is an inner city suburb between the CBD and Potts Point. At the time this was film was made, it was a poor area. It is now an expensive, trendy suburb. The billy goat race had to be filmed in Queensland as the New South Wales government had banned such races a year before this film was made. The... Topics: Feature Films, Australia, Silent Film, Early Features, Kids, Children, Billy Goat Races, Comics,...
Original US theatrical Trailer for "The (Fighting) Rats of Tobruk" a classic Australian World War II film. Topics: Feature Films, Trailers, Film Marketing, Charles Chauvel, Grant Taylor, Peter Finch, George...
This rare Sherlock Holmes film was released at the same time as the Raymond Massey picture "The Speckled Band". The story is partly based on two Conan Doyle short stories: "The Final Problem" and "The Empty House". Sceptical about the potential success of the film, the producers sold the rights to the film to "First Division Pictures" for 800 pounds. The film was released in July 1931 under the title "Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour". It was very... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Feature Films, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Wontner, Ian Fleming, The Sleeping Cardinal